Obtaining a password
Students purchasing Pretrial, Trial, or Evidence books for a law school class will be supplied a password and instructions as to how to access the supplemental materials by their professor.
Other purchasers: If you purchased the Pretrial, Trial, or Evidence book and aren't part of a law school class, email Wolters Kluwer customer service at email@example.com to obtain a password.
- ANATOMY OF LINCOLN’S MURDER TRIALS
George (Bob) Dekle’s book entitled Prairie Defender: The Murder Trials of Abraham Lincoln provides a brilliant anatomy of Lincoln’s murder trials. It is a great read on multiple levels. First, it reveals the true nature of Lincoln’s trial practice, debunking myths with solid evidence and providing an accurate description of his trial work. For instance, […]
- TO BE A TRIAL LAWYER
It is important to get law students out of the classroom and have them watch the real lives of trial lawyers. For my Comprehensive Trial Advocacy course, Seattle University law students attend a day in trial and report on what they observed. Consistently they praise this courthouse visit. It is satisfying to read the students’ […]
- COURT REPORTERS: MAKING A RECORD
We just finished a three-day intersession course entitled Essential Lawyering Skills at Seattle University Law School that focuses on professional communication, and a major component of the course deals with depositions. The law students read, receive a lecture on and discuss how to take and defend a deposition.
As part of the instruction, Lori […]
- NEW LINDBERGH KIDNAPPING CASE BOOK AND CROSS-EXAMINATION
Talbot Publishing recently released my co-author Bob Dekle’s book entitled Lindbergh
Kidnapping Case: A Critical Analysis of the Trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann. Although
the Lindbergh kidnapping case has been written about innumerable times, never before
has the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann been meticulously researched and analyzed.
Bob and his co-author Jim Dedman have […]
- ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY PLAN
Your Electronic Discovery Plan: Rule 26 — Hidden Nuggets for the Savvy Litigator
By Larry G. Johnson
One of the most useful wonders of the world is the Swiss Army knife. I mean the one actually used by the Swiss Army, not the many, cute, tourist versions of same.
I got one as a present […]